Are Teething Rings Safe?

Is your infant beginning to teethe? In trying to help soothe your child’s discomfort have you turned to teething rings? While some of these rings have been around for years, and can be great at soothing an upset infant, they may not always be safe for your child if they aren’t used in a specific manner. Here are some tips... read more »

When is Best to Visit the Dentist for Your Child?

As a parent, you want the most for your child, and that means making sure they’re visiting proficient medical professionals who will see to attaining the child’s greatest health. We regularly get asked by concerned parents when they should begin bringing their children into our office for routine dental checkups. We suggest that you bring your baby into our office... read more »

Focus on Your Child’s Oral Health Care with Pediatric Dentistry

Have you ever brought your child in to see a pediatric dentist? Are you aware that pediatric dentists are specially trained in treating children to ensure their smiles can thrive for a lifetime of happiness? Even if you take care of your child's teeth on a daily basis, it is always helpful to bring them in for oral examinations and... read more »

Teething and Its Effect on Your Child’s Smile

Are you familiar with teething and the effect on your child’s smile? When teeth break the surface of the gums, it can cause an uncomfortable feeling called teething. While teething is natural, treatments should be used to help your child. When your child is teething, there are a few treatment methods you can use to help assist them with the... read more »

Teething Is Natural, but Also Painful

When teeth break the surface of the gums, it can cause an uncomfortable sensation called teething. Teething is natural, but also painful. Here are some treatment tips to help you care for your child: - Your child may begin teething as soon as their first tooth breaks the surface of the gums around six months of age. - Some symptoms... read more »

Common Questions About Teething

Although teething is a painful and discomforting condition that all children who have teeth will experience, it is a natural part of life and must be allowed to run its course. However, there are treatment methods to use to help alleviate pain. Listed below are some common questions about teething: What is teething? a.) Teething is a dental procedure to... read more »

Helping Your Teething Baby

Your baby has 20 primary teeth, also called “baby teeth,” under their gum line. These teeth usually start to break through the gums between 6 and 12 months. The teething process is uncomfortable, so your baby may be irritable during the day and have a hard time sleeping at night. Dr. Jared Pearson is happy to give tips about teething... read more »